Updated June 21, 2021
Your guide to what’s coming up on the South Baltimore peninsula.
NOW THROUGH JULY 15
Youth Soccer Fall Season Registration, sponsored by South Baltimore Youth Soccer League. Open to ages 3-17; season starts Sept. 11 and ends in early November; games played Saturdays at Latrobe Park. Register online. $
MONDAY, JUNE 21
SHARPkid Summer Tutor Orientation, Leadenhall Baptist Center, 1021 Leadenhall St. Learn about volunteering to be a SHARPkid tutor one hour a week. For more information, email email@example.com. 6:30pm.
Virtual Trivia Night, fundraiser for South Baltimore Learning Center, 28 E. Ostend St. Local trivia host Greg Parker leads the competition between teams from across the region. Tickets available online. 7pm.
Baltimore Beach Volleyball summer league registration deadline, Rash Field, Baltimore Inner Harbor. Play begins in July; see website for schedule and registration info.
FRIDAY, JUNE 25
Artist Talk: Michelle Claire, Southeastern Roastery’s Coffee Lab, 1433 E. Fort Ave. Meet the artist and enjoy non-alcoholic beverages and small food. Space limited; tickets available online. 6-10pm.
Let’s Science Happy Hour, Maryland Science Center, 601 Light St. Enjoy sweeping views of the Inner Harbor from the rooftop patio while sampling beers from Pherm Brewing Co. Tickets available online; proceeds benefit the center’s educational programs. 6-8pm. $
SATURDAY, JUNE 26
Neighborhood Clean Up, Sharp-Leadenhall, Solo Gibbs Rec Center, 1044 Leadenhall St. Join with neighbors and partners in the community; for info contact Turell Brooks (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Devon Conklin (email@example.com). 9am.
Baltimore Museum of Industry Farmers’ Market, 1415 Key Hwy. Weekly through Nov. 27. 9am-1pm.
Cross Street Farmers’ Market, south side of Cross Street Market, 1065 S. Charles. Weekly through Oct. 30. 9am-12pm.
Intimate Pandemic Magic Show with Spencer Horsman, Illusions Magic Bar, 1025 W. Charles St. Live performances have returned with COVID safety protocols in place; advance sale tickets required; 3 and 8pm.
SUNDAY, JUNE 27
Inner Harbor Kayak Tour, departs from Maryland Science Center Water Taxi landing, 561 Light St. Explore the Inner Harbor by kayak; experienced paddlers only; continues Sundays through October. Sponsored by Baltimore City Recreation & Parks and Healthy Harbor. Registration required. 9am and 1pm. $
MONDAY, JUNE 28
Mixology Class, Mother’s Federal Hill Grille, 1113 S. Charles St. Learn how to make a spicy margarita, mojito, and sangria; all ingredients provided. Limited space, register online by June 20. Sponsored by Federal Hill Main Street. 7pm. $
SATURDAY, JULY 3
Reopening of the Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1415 Key Hwy. Museum reopens for general admission with special programs; timed tickets available online and at the door (first come, first served). 9am-3pm. $
Weekend Walk-In: Earth Collage, American Visionary Art Museum Sculpture Barn, 820 Key Hwy. In-person, drop-in art workshop to create a collage inspired by artist William Hall, whose work is currently on view in the museum. Register online. 10am-12pm. $
Maryland Science Center, 601 Light St. Open Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 10am-5pm. Free admission through June 27 for Maryland students (pre-K to 12th grade) with advance registration. 24-hour information line 410-685-5225.
Design A Virtual Baltimore Tour, Baltimore Rent-A-Tour, 42 E. Cross St. Chose from a variety of Baltimore-themed programs (ghost tour, scavenger hunt, civil rights struggle, football, etc.) or design your own. Tours conducted live over Zoom. https://www.rentatour.com/. 410-464-7994. $
Tour the Baltimore Museum of Industry (by appointment only), 1415 Key Hwy. Groups of up to 10 can reserve exclusive access to museum galleries and exhibits for 90 minutes on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 10:30am or 12:30pm. Advance registration required; see details online. $
‘Women of Steel,’ Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1415 Key Hwy. Free outdoor exhibition mounted along the Key Hwy fence highlighting stories of women who worked at Bethlehem Steel’s Sparrows Point mill in Baltimore from the 1930s until 2012. Through April 2021.
‘The Science & Mystery of Sleep,’ American Visionary Art Museum, 800 Key Hwy. Compilation of latest sleep-related research alongside three visionary bedroom creations; 3rd floor gallery. Advance online purchase of timed tickets required. Weds-Sun 10-11:30am and 1:30-3:30pm. Through August 2022. $
Baltimore Immigration Museum, 1308 Beason St. Open Sat-Sun 1-4pm and by appointment. https://www.immigrationbaltimore.org/
Crystal Moll Gallery, 1030 S. Charles St. Tues-Sat 10am-6pm; https://www.crystalmoll.com/. 443-759-4235
Know about an upcoming Peninsula happening not listed here? Send it along and we’ll add it to the Calendar. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org